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Pipeline News
BP has reported another pipe- line leak at its Alaskan oilfields, frustrating the oil giant's attempts to rebuild its reputation after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
ExxonMobil and the Obama administration faced a growing credibility gap on Thursday over their management of a pipeline break that has fouled the Yellowstone river.
For decades PG&E racked up a pile of internal reports about weld failures and other problems on a natural gas line right next to the San Bruno pipe that ruptured along a shoddy weld in a catastrophic fireball.
Plans to create an onshore pipeline carrying up to two million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) have been proposed by three of the UK's energy giants.
In its second major records-related glitch since the Sept. 9 San Bruno disaster, PG&E has told state regulators it cannot meet the June 20 deadline for producing documents detailing welding defects in its natural-gas pipes over the past 55 years.
Alcoa is suing Apache Energy for $158 million for alleged damage suffered after the 2008 Varanus Island gas plant explosion
The Trans-Alaska Pipeline poses a risk to public safety and the environment, and that issues tied to corrosion, inspection and pipeline restarts after shutdowns must be addressed.
The San Bruno pipeline explosion probe suggests that thousands of miles of long-buried and untested pipelines across the US are at far greater risk of failure than previously believed.
An investigation has found numerous defective welds in a pipeline that exploded killing 8 people.
The leak appears to be coming from a section of piping that is encased in concrete and not subject to regular cleaning by 'pigs,' devices that travel through sections of pipeline to scrape out wax and other material that can corrode or clog pipelines.
The Port Royal was operating in the Pacific Northwest in September when sailors discovered new cracks in the superstructure, including an eight-foot-crack.
A deal has been struck on building a 1,700km (1,050m) pipeline to carry Turkmen natural gas across Afghanistan to Pakistan and India.
The natural gas explosion that preceded a massive fire in San Bruno launched a 28-foot section of pipe a distance of about 100 feet from underground out onto the street
Plans to harness tidal power off the coast of Anglesey are going on public display.
The first welds have now been completed as the Nord Stream pipeline officially gets underway .
Steel firm Corus has won a 200m contract to supply pipes for a gas field project off the Scottish coast.
A ruptured weld is found to be the most likely cause of a Mississippi pipeline blast that killed 2 people.
National Grid is to construct a 28 mile 36 inch gas pipeline in Gloucestershire.
Four European countries are meeting in Turkey to sign a five-nation agreement for the long-planned 3,300km Nabucco natural gas pipeline.
European governments are due to sign an agreement on the Nabucco gas pipeline
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